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'I Trust Vaccines. I Trust Scientists. But I Don't Trust Donald Trump,' Biden Says

NPR Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
In remarks, Joe Biden details his plan to distribute a vaccine for the coronavirus, which he said must be based solely on science.
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Joe Biden said on Wednesday at a news conference, "I trust vaccines. I trust the scientists. But I don’t trust Donald Trump." The Democratic Presidential nominee also said that politics can't interfere with a COVID vaccine in any way.

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